Quite large mosaic outdoor garden decor for easter (egg)

About one foot tall, this is a hollow easter egg made with concrete, then tiled with mortar and scrap tile (all scrap except the mortar and grout used to create this egg shape). It can survive outside, likely not in the freeze thaw of winter, but did survive last year outside in rain and heat.

I will deliver to anyone within 50 mi of Cincinnati – Cost 150$, please contact me.

Picture is taken on my own basement tile mosaic floor (LOL).

Very large mosaic egg

This mosaic egg (made with tile and mortar, after prep of a plastic egg purchased after last easter (LOL)) is hollow, weighing maybe 8 or 10 lbs, so it is not solid. I dont have any idea what would happen to the mortar if it were left to freeze and thaw, but for inside decoration, and sprint decorations I think it will survive for a few years.  It is almost two feet tall.  The hexagonal tiles are assorted hand made polymer clay tiles, and some donated from a local tile store.

The entire mosaic egg is made from scrap tiles (except the mortar and the grout are deliberate purchases from a local tile shop.  Just for fun.  Will deliver to anyone within 50 miles of Cincinnati…. cost is $200.


It is OK to laugh, photograph is taken on my mosaic tile basement floor.

Ukranian flag colors – decorated egg

I used the colors of the Ukranian flag to decorate this egg with polymer clay.  I have done many pysanky (eggs, chicken, ostrich, goose, finch, cockatiel, and other eggs) but this is quite different from that technique. I feel for the Ukranian people at this time and I will make, and send, a similar egg to individuals who show me proof of a donation to a legitimate Ukranian relief fund.

Goose egg, hollow, decorated with polymer clay

I found this great site for buying eggs that are unusual sizes and shapes and colors. It is called The Eggers Nest.  This goose egg was purchased from them. I put the black layer of polymer clay and the purple border on then cured the clay and added the flowers, cured it again, and then punched out the edges of the egg. At that point i made the flowers for the outside of the black strip and cured again. The inside was designed to look like grey-green-white marble. Buy this on Memory-beads.com

I added a red row for tiny bubbles in the top picture.

polymer clay decorated chicken eggs of all sizes

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First decorated egg of 2022

polymer clay decorated large egg
The base of this decorated egg was made by creating a fabric-mache covering for a leg’s egg (yep, i still have some of those old things). I did this by using stretchy fabric and wood glue in much the same way as one would use paper and glue to make a paper mache shape.  I cut with a blade the finished covered egg down the “half” line (circumferentially where the leg’s egg has its opening) and opened the egg and removed the plastic.  I cant remember whether i covered that plastic egg first with a thin  wrap of plastic wrap.  I would only have done that to make removing the leg’s egg more easily as i wasn’t interested in putting the leg’s egg  in the oven to melt when i cured my polymer clay.

After removing the leg’s egg i wrapped the mache egg with more fabric and wood glue to seal the two halves back together and to strengthen it.

After it dried i did poke a small hole in the bottom so the air would escape during curing of plastic, then just began to add flowers. The height of the egg is just over 4.5 inches.

Some sculpted flowers on the egg are “memorial flowers” in that the polymer clay contains flower petals from a funeral arrangement – a nice way to keep the thoughts of those loved and gone around.  I can customize this type of decorated egg with your wedding or funeral or birthday or anniversary flowers if you contact me through the Memory-beads website.

The “track-like” texture on the black restful places is made with the lid of a peanut butter jar, rolling the side of it over the clay. All other decorations made with polymer clay are pretty routine, nothing fancy, just entertainment for me.  You can purchase this egg HERE, or from the woo commerce widget on the side of the page. I know 60$ seems like a lot of money but it took me many more than six hours, and shipping (which i include) would otherwise be $10.

Smilestone: made with polymer clay and your flower petals to commemorate an event

Chicken egg and cockatiel egg together were overlaid with polymer clay, and then i created flowers for this S’milestone.  I came on that name after i mistyped the word milestone in a text and thought it was the cutest thing ever. I set out to make someone smile with this “stone – like” egg combo sculpture, that has absolutely NO value except to bring a smile to one’s face.  However, to be fair, some of these colors of polymer clay have the flower petals from a funeral in them…. so the smile can be a reminder of life’s milestones that are hard to accept sometimes. Others like this available from my Memory-bead website

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